Murphy was injured on an aggressive slide at second base. He hobbled off the field, but said he's doing fine. The injury is not considered to be serious. Murphy had been held out of spring games until Friday in order to prevent injuries.
Murphy hit .286/.319/.415 in 658 at-bats last year.
Kazmir, who signed a free agent contract after a surprising comeback season with Cleveland, pounded the strike zone. He threw 30 strikes among his 41 pitches.
Oberholtzer was roughed up for five hits and five earned runs in two innings. He surrendered two home runs, including an epic bomb by Wilson Ramos that the catcher called his longest ever.
Worley has been a Jekyll-Hyde case in two exhibition game starts. He allowed just one hit in three scoreless innings in his 2014 debut. His performance against the Pirates will hinder his chances to land a spot in the rotation.
Harper hit a home run against left-hander Brett Oberholtzer Friday. He told reporters after the game that he believes having his knee at full health will help him against same-handed pitching. Harper added that he's not feeling any pain in his knee this spring.
Harper hit .274/.368/.486 in 424 at-bats last year.
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Markakis is coming off a season in which he compiled a career-worst .271 batting average, but his 89 runs scored was his highest total since 2009.
Goldschmidt has been dealing with leg tightness. He did not play Thursday, and is not in the lineup for Friday's game due to the issue. Manager Kirk Gibson said Goldschmidt would return to the lineup Saturday.
Goldschmidt hit .302/.401/.551 in 602 at-bats last year.